This is the unofficial blog of the LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law at the University of Arkansas School of Law.
We study the law of food and agriculture from farm to fork, from the perspective of the farmer, the retailer, and the consumer.
Concern about the safety and sustainability of the global food system makes agricultural and food law studies one of the most vibrant areas of legal practice and policy analysis.
As you know, the LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law holds a special place within the University of Arkansas School of Law. Since its inception in 1980, the Program has strengthened the national and international reputation of the School of Law, and has shaped some of our most notable Alumni.
To help us continue the tradition of excellence, we are creating a new Alumni Sponsored Graduate Assistantshipas a means to recruit the best and brightest to study with us in Fayetteville as part of our on-campus program.
Now more than ever, attorneys with specialized agricultural and food law expertise are needed. Our top recruits tell us that without the financial support included with Graduate Assistantships they would not be able to join the program.
Our program needs your support.This week, we have launched our LL.M. Alumni Sponsored Graduate Assistantship Fundrazor campaign. Please consider making a gift to our campaign by visiting our campaign page at https://fundrazor.uark.edu/llm. Donations in any amount (anonymous or otherwise) are appreciated.
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